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Old 06-20-2012, 10:49 PM   #1
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LT headers help

So I got a guy that will install the headers next Wednesday. I have a couple questions do I need new gaskets or bolts or do I need to buy some new ones. And on the midpiped tht I have there is an empty hole for a plug I'm guessing and o2 but was wondering if the one already on my bassani x pipe will do or if I need to buy a new one.
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Your headers should come with Gaskets and bolts...when I did mine I was recommended to spray the gasket with copper coat and I'm sure others will tell you too. And your o2 should fit
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Your headers should come with Gaskets and bolts...when I did mine I was recommended to spray the gasket with copper coat and I'm sure others will tell you too. And your o2 should fit
Well I bought them used. So I guess I have to buy new ones
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So should I order some gaskets online or can I get them like at napa or something?
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When I installed my headers I used the gaskets and bolts that was supplied with my kit. Unfortunately didn't have the best of luck the first go around. (had exhaust leak bad gasket, bolts backing out). Look into FRPP gaskets, and maybe some stage 8 locking bolts. Worth the money to not have to go back and redo IMO. Hope this helps.
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When I installed my headers I used the gaskets and bolts that was supplied with my kit. Unfortunately didn't have the best of luck the first go around. (had exhaust leak bad gasket, bolts backing out). Look into FRPP gaskets, and maybe some stage 8 locking bolts. Worth the money to not have to go back and redo IMO. Hope this helps.
Yea this def helps. I'll check those out tmrw thnks. I just was wondering if I was able to use the stock gaskets n bolts
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